Get in touch with your GP
If you don’t need urgent help, get in touch with your GP. Your GP will ask you about the difficulties you’re experiencing and may refer you to a service which can offer specialist help. It's important to seek help from your GP immediately if you are experiencing the following symptoms for the first time or are not already receiving care from mental health services:
Hearing or seeing things that are not there (for example, hearing voices); this can also include feeling, smelling or tasting things that are not there.
Having strong beliefs that are not shared by others (for example, believing there is a conspiracy against you)
These are symptoms of psychosis and it's important to get treated as soon as possible, as early treatment is more effective.